Chiefs crush Bills
December 4, 2015
Alex Smith and the Kansas City Chiefs beat Tyrod Taylor and the Buffalo Bills 30-22 at Arrowhead Stadium on Sunday. The Chiefs advanced to 6-5 and are now second in AFC West. The Bills have fallen to 5-6 and are third in AFC East.
The Bills will play next Sunday against J.J. Watt and the Houston Texans, who are 6-5.
Kansas City will also play next Sunday. They will be playing their division rival, the Oakland Raiders, who are 5-6.
Former 49er, Alex Smith, passed for 255 yards, completing 19 out of 30 passes. He had two touchdown passes on the day.
Spencer Ware led Kansas City in rushing. Ware carried the ball 19 times for 114 yards. He had one touchdown on the day, and his longest carry was a 35-yard run.
Former Eagle, Jeremy Maclin, led the Chiefs in receiving. Maclin caught nine passes for a total of 160 yards. He had one touchdown, which was also his longest reception. It was a 41-yard touchdown pass.
Buffalo’s quarterback, Tyrod Taylor, completed 21 out of 38 passes, wracking up 291 yards through the air. He had three touchdowns on the day.
Former Eagle, LeSean McCoy, was the team’s leading rusher. McCoy ran for 70 yards on 19 carries. His longest carry was a 12-yard run.
Sammy Watkins led the Bills in receiving. Watkins caught the ball six times for a total of 158 yards. He had two touchdowns, and his longest reception was 48 yards.
The Chiefs looked more relaxed and in better sync this game. Alex Smith was able to spread the ball out. While having Jamaal Charles would be a huge plus, this team had a good day on the ground thanks to Spencer Ware. As for the Bills, Rex Ryan may not be their “savior” but he’s all they’ve got right now.